Black Death

hit many parts of the world in the 14th century.

What is it?

This disease was also known as the Bubonic Plague. It hit Europe in the 14th century killing 50 million people. It is a disease carried by rodents and insects. Fleas could transmit it to humans.

-The picture is of a child with the black death


Painful lymph nodes, chills, headache, fever, and weakness.

abdominal pain, vomiting, shock, and tissue bleeding.

caused families to sepearte.

-The picture below is of a rodent the carried the black death

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Figs or cooked onions. Onions should be mixed with yeast and butter.

put the belly of a frog on the sore.

eat a variety of fruits, veggies, and bread.

-The picture below is of onions which is a cure for the plague

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